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    Quote Originally Posted by kdee View Post
    Im a sucker for odd ball animals.

    Ditto!

    My old dog had a mohawk on her back about 2 inches long in some spots. She was brindle and short-haired, except for a few tufts of wiry hair here and there. I love unique-looking dogs! My current one is pretty special too. Not exactly beautiful, but um... different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Ditto!

    My old dog had a mohawk on her back about 2 inches long in some spots. She was brindle and short-haired, except for a few tufts of wiry hair here and there. I love unique-looking dogs! My current one is pretty special too. Not exactly beautiful, but um... different.
    Hehe all of our animals are special in one way or another but I swear I never dropped them of their heads, sometimes animals are so ugly they are cute as well lmao least thats what people tell us about Zeke our BT.
    ALL kittens are devil spawn wrapped in cuteness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdee View Post
    Hehe all of our animals are special in one way or another but I swear I never dropped them of their heads, sometimes animals are so ugly they are cute as well lmao least thats what people tell us about Zeke our BT.
    I know exactly what you mean! In another street I lived in we had one of the ugliest little dogs I'd ever seen. And I became very attached to him. I think ugly dogs are often automatically better behaved. Like ugly kids have to act smarter to get attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    I know exactly what you mean! In another street I lived in we had one of the ugliest little dogs I'd ever seen. And I became very attached to him. I think ugly dogs are often automatically better behaved. Like ugly kids have to act smarter to get attention.
    strange that "ugly" dogs seem to be more snuggly
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    Oh and I wasn't at all agreeing that Zeke is ugly! I think she's rather gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Oh and I wasn't at all agreeing that Zeke is ugly! I think she's rather gorgeous.
    LOl I think he is beautiful too but a lot of people don't like the look of BT's even my son says he has piggy little eyes and a head the shape of a door wedge lmao
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